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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by CMDSuperstar, Apr 16, 2004.

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  1. CMDSuperstar

    CMDSuperstar Thread Starter

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    i posted the other day.. but... am still having the same problem...

    i just did a fresh install of windows 2000, and am using explorer 6 for a browser. after the reinstall, i tried logging onto craigslist.com, with the RIGHT name and password. but, the "Enter Network Password" box keeps popping back with the password field blank.

    anyhow, i changed my password through an email link sent to me by craigslist. after i changed it, i was prompted to login. same thing.

    ok... so... i turned off autocomplete and cleared all that info. same thing.

    last, i created a new screenname. when i was sent an email with my new password and screenname, i simply copied and pasted both into the "Enter Networ Password" box. same fn thing.

    i'm sure i must have something set wrong. help!

    thanks
     
  2. Lobos

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    do you have your cookies enabled
     
  3. CMDSuperstar

    CMDSuperstar Thread Starter

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    Ok... I'm not expert... but... the only place I can find cookies is in ->Internet options->Privacy->Advanced .... where Override Automatic Cookie Handling is checked, and "Accept" is selected for both First Party and Third party cookies. Is this right?

    Thanks!
     
  4. rude

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    Also allow session cookies,some sites don't work if you block them
     
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